Students of Lagos state Polytechnic were given the task of answering a question that centers on the arrest of singer, Naira Marley.
Naira Marley was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFFC) on May 10, this year, for 11 count charges.
He was arrested over allegations bordering on advance fee fraud, after he was in the news for his comments endorsing cybercrime popularly called Yahoo Yahoo.
The singer was however, granted a N2 million Naira bail by a Federal High Court, Lagos, after which the judge adjourned the case till October 22, 23 and 24 for accelerated hearing.
Following Naira Marley’s ordeal with EFCC, students of the department of Mass Communications in the polytechnic were made to answer a question on his case,
to be awarded a 20 marks.
The question reads ” Every stakeholder is not a shareholder, using this assertion as a peg, carefully analyze the primary and secondary publics in Naira Marley versus EFCC case in a public relations issue for Nigeria in the international community (20marks)